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Floor safes are secure storage devices that are designed to be installed in the floor. They provide a convenient and effective way to protect valuables and important documents from theft, fire, and other types of damage.
Floor safes can be made from a variety of materials, including steel and concrete, and they come in a range of sizes and shapes to suit different needs. Some floor safes have combination locks, while others have electronic locks that can be opened with a key or a code.
When choosing a floor safe, it’s important to consider factors such as the size of the safe, the level of security it provides, and the ease of installation. It’s also important to make sure that the safe is fireproof and waterproof, as these features can help to protect your valuables in case of a disaster.
Overall, floor safes can provide a high level of security and peace of mind for homeowners and business owners who want to protect their valuable possessions.
Jewellery and Retail
Beverage and Food Industry
MNC and Corporate Customers
Schools and Institutions
Type of Resistance
Drill, Gas Cutting, Fire, Burglar
Size & Colour
Customizable to all sizes and hues.
Key Lock, Combination Lock, Biometric Access Control System, Number Lock
Fire & Burglar Resistant
Our safes are built with heavy-duty steel and have many layers of fire-resistant insulation. To dissuade would-be burglars, they are also outfitted with cutting-edge security measures like tamper-proof locks and sturdy and powerful doors. So you can be confident that your possessions are secure with Vishal Safe.
Our single door safes are built to withstand drills. They are built of a unique steel alloy that can endure the heat of a blowtorch, gas cutters, and drilling equipment, and they feature a sturdy grip that makes them tough to break down with tools.
Durable Double-Walled Construction
In today’s safe and vault manufacturing, strong double-walled construction is the norm. Heat resistance is enhanced due to the increasing bulk of the walls. This is significant in safes built to protect their contents from fire, as the tools would be considerably more difficult to pierce.
Automatic Relocking Mechanism
When someone tries to alter the keyhole or tear the safe’s door lock, the automatic relocking mechanism kicks into action. This feature makes it harder for criminals to break into your safe with the goal of harming it, forcing them to abandon their effort and try again later.